There is something that irked me for a while: On TI-BASIC Developer front page, there are screenshots of games made using Axe Parser language that sometimes appears. Was this intentional as an attempt to branch the site out from just TI-BASIC, or were they added by people who thought that they were games written with xLIB, Omnicalc and other hybrid TI-BASIC libraries (3 level grayscale in Axe looks similar to xLIB grayscale)? Because I think they might be misleading if someone plans to make such elaborate game, only to realize later that the screenshots were not from TI-BASIC or hybrid programs and that his goal will be unachievable. Some people might also think that the admins are trying to pass Axe games off as BASIC games.
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